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, and sharply curtail training across the force. >> a bill before the wyoming state legislature would make a federal legend a person trying to enforce a ban on farm guilty of a funny. there are similar measures under considation in nnessee and tetexas. the governor in mississippi wants to make it illegegal in the state to enforce any new federal n laws. how many tis have we had this debate? ththis time after the murders of the children in newtown, conn. the president tells us is different. signed 23 executive orders aimed at reducing gun violence and has urged congress to reinstate a ban on so-called assault weapons, limit the size of the magazines, and mandate criminal background checks for all and sales. he is also o asking americans to put heat on members of congress to get there. >> ask for a member of congress if they support universal background checks to keep guns out of the wrong hands, and if they say no, ask them why not. >> and our response predictably was immediate. >> are the president's kids more foreign than yours? and why is he's skeptical about putting armed security in ou
. enzi: if i could have a couple of more minutes? the presiding officer: the senator from wyoming. mr. enzi: when it came to the floor, senator frist filled the tree. filling the tree means nobody can make another amendment to the bill. here's the catch. after this thing came out of committee we had people that had a problem with the bill, and we had one amendment that would have solved those problems. with the tree filled, that one amendment can't come up. that one amendment can't happen. so what happens? we talked about the bill and how it lacked this particular part. i kept explaining how we had an amendment that would take care of that. everybody in the chamber knew that that amendment was not going to happen. and consequently, on a process vote, it was killed with just over 40 votes. that's what happens with a filibuster. had that amendment been possible, we would have had one of the things in place for health care. just one. but it would have solved a lot of things for a lot of businesses, and that's where a lot of people work in this country. it's where jobs are. so that's how
by the wyoming state of the state address with governor matt need. and later on, a case dealing with suspected drunk driver to give a blood sample. >> attorney general burkholder will speak on friday to discuss efforts to reduce gun violence in the new gun laws proposed by president obama. starting at 11:30 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> you are watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs featuring live coverage of the u.s. senate. on weeknights, watch key public policy events and every weekend the latest nonfiction authors and books on booktv. you can see past programs and get our schedules at our website, and you can join in the conversation on social media websites. >> michigan governor richard snyder called on state lawmakers to bring his state's budget under control. this is about 15 minutes. [applause] [applause] [applause] [inaudible conversations] [cheers] [applause] [applause] >> members of the convention, the governor of the state of michigan, rick snyder. >> thank you. [applause] >> thank you very much. thank you. please be seated. [applause] >> well, thank you for that very warm
income, minorities, seniors, and people who live in rural communities whether it's vermont or wyoming. as we've seen time and time again with dental care, mental health, and other health care issues, the groups that lead -- need health care the most are the least likely to receive it. the good news is just 11 months from now we'll be providing health insurance to 30 million more americans through the affordable care act. the bad news is we don't know how we are going to be providing primary health care to those americans who now have health insurance. let me rattle off some statistics that i think should be of concern for the congress, and, in fact, for all americans. not widely known, and maybe you'll talk about it, but approximately 45,000 people every single year die in the united states of america because they do not have health insurance, and they do not get to a doctor on time, 45 # -- 45,000 americanss. according to the health resources and health administration, we need 16,000 primary care practitioners to meet the need that exists today with the ratio of one providers for 2,0
across the country know it they know it in wyoming. families have to balance their budget every year. many states do. we do in wyoming. it's time for this senate and the house and the president to get serious about limiting our spending and specifically the wasteful spending that continues. >> so bottom line, bill, both parties have staked out oppositions virtually identical to the positions they staked out during the last debt ceiling fight. no signs of bipartisanship ever. >> we mentioned the deadline midnight next month. in reality we have already hit that debt ceiling limit. is that so? >> we hit the debt ceiling with the start of the new year. treasury secretary tim geithner managed to pull off manipulation of the numbers which extended any impact of the debt ceiling for a couple of months. even so, critics maintain that the united states government could continue paying off its debts for some months into the foreseeable future based upon tax receipts alone. at least a majority of our debt. but the divisiveness of the two parties at this point in time is setting very bad signals
, whether vermont or wyoming. as we've seen time and time again with agile care, mental health and other health care issues, the groups that need health care the most are the least likely to receive it. the good news is just 11 months from now we will be providing health insurance to 30 million more americans are the affordable care act. the bad news is we don't know how we are going to be providing primary health care to those americans who now will have health insurance. let me just battle at some statistics that i think should be up to turn for the congress in effect to all americans. not widely known, but maybe dr. wilper will talk about this. they died because they do not have health insurance and they do not get to a doctor on time. 45,000 americans. according to the health resources and services administration, winning 16,000 primary care part missionaries to meet the needs that exist today with a ratio of one provider for 2000 patients. over 52,000 primary care physicians will be needed to 2025. in 2011, about 17,000 is graduated for the american medical schools despite the fact
the obstacles people face in wyoming. nearly the entire state is considered a front here or were rural county. 47% of the population is in a county with fewer than six residents per square mile. approximately 200,000 residents live in health professional shortage areas with inadequate access to primary or dental care. there are accesses -- this requires creative solutions. one hospital is served by a physician that every time we lose that position, the hospital closes. the state has developed programs tailored to meet the needs of a frontier state where distance presents the biggest barrier to accessing a doctor. recruiting healthcare professionals to live and work there is an ongoing challenge. the wyoming department of health operates its own loan repayment program along with a physician recruitment grant program. these programs were to reduce the high cost of health professional graduate and training programs, which is often a deterrent to work in primary care or other lower income medical fields. the wyoming health resources network represent another approach to improving access and reduc
with federal regulations so long as they're within the state's border. some in wyoming want to go further, considering a fill making any federal gun regulation after january of this year, unenforceable if it bans or restricts ownership of semi automatic guns and magazines. or if it requires guns and accessories to be registered. cries stirewalt is our fox news digital power play editor and power play live. so wyoming sort of sending a message to washington, we don't care what you do. things are going to stay the way they are here in wyoming and not only that, but if you pass some law banning semi automatic guns and magazines and try and arrest somebody, we're going to arrest you, and charge you with a felony. chase going on here? >> well, megyn, you remember when we had the obamacare stuff, the president's health care law, we've had states across the country pass constitutional amendments saying you cannot mandate the citizens of that state to purchase health insurance and we're going to see the tests on that play out in the months and years to come and we've seen states rebel against the
of montana. right down into wyoming. into salt lake city and moving through colorado as well. seattle is finally going to see some sunshine today. northwestern california will see a little bit of light rain but for the most part the trouble spots will be across the middle of the country. high temperatures today look fairly typical for this time of year. we should top out in the 50s down in san francisco. that's a look at fallon, nevada, 30 degrees with finally a break from some of that snow. we are going to see a break from the rain today in seattle but more rain will move in for the weekend. >> looks like it might and good ski weekend for a lot of folks there. >> that's the plus side for sure. great ski snow. >> thank you. >>> stocks rock as the s&p hits a five-year high. an update on stranded whales and thousands of white collar jobs coming to the u.s. >>> plus, the huge cruise liner that ran ashore. we go toitly lto italy to see costa concordia is one year later. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. some stories now making news this morning. california governor jerry b
they have in sheritan, wyoming -- is that where you went? . >> that was in utah and la as well, down there at the institute. >> they have another writer's retreat in sheritan, wyoming, so i spent time out there and we workshoped this in san francisco, we have done readings at the asia society in new york. each time we did a workshop, each time we did a reading, it moved the piece forward. i think in large part it has to do with working with cary pearloff, the director, but she is also an excellent dramator. she worked closely with me in terms of the writing of the material so as we went along, we were able to shape the piece as well as figure out how to stage it. it's an interesting piece in that i wrote it with a number of small themes and the choice is you either present it like a doll house, or rear view window where you have kind of a cut out and you kind of jump from one room to another, or -- and this was my preference -- to develop some kind of cinematic approach to allow for there to be a fluidity in all these separate scenes. so cary and the scenic designic, donna eastman, a
before the wyoming state legislature would make a federal agent who tried to enforce a ban on firearms guilty of a felony. there are similar measures under consideration in texas and the governor of mississippi says he wants to make it iegal in the state to enforce any new federal gun laws. how many times have we had this debate? this time after the murders of the children in newtown, conn., the president tells us this is different. the president has signed 23 executive orders aimed at reducing gun violence and is urging congress to reinstate a ban on so-called assault weapons, limit the size on magazines, and mandate here are some background checks for all gun sales. he is also asking the public to put heat on members of congress. remembers of congress if they support universal background checks to keep guns out of the wrong hands. the response from the nra was immediate. >> is the president's kids more important than yours? why is he's skeptical about putting our security in his school's, when his daughters have arm together school? mr. obama demands of will to pay their fair share o
and andrew cuomo, wyoming, where you can walk into the public gallery in the state legislature with a firearm. >> and bars. >> only 26 states ban guns are all is served. >> and get the massacre happened in connecticut, not wyoming. >> true. >> states obviously have different cultures, different values, different political imperatives. that is the reality of new york with the sullivan law, which was the most draconian, some would say, most progressive control of private fire arms of any place in the country. as i look at this right now, are we not about to go into the debate over privacy versus public safety? isn't that where we are treading into? it just strikes me -- charles could answer better than i. the whole treatment out of people who are mentally disturbed is pharmacological. it is not institutional. just another prescription. am i wrong? >> that is true, and the tragedy, when -- in the kennedy era, when he started the community of mental health service, the idea was to close the snake pits, he put them in the community, give the medication, which was new, invented in 1959, and the con
and those who live in rureyull areas such as vermont and wyoming. we've seen before that groups that need health care the most are the least likely to receive it. the good news is that just 11 months from now we will be providing health insurance to 30 million more americans through the affordable care act. the bad news is we don't know how we're going to be providing primary health care to those americans who now will have health insurance. let me just rattle off some statistics that i think should be a concern for the congress and, in fact, all americans. not widely known, about 45,000 people every single year die in the united states of america because they do not have health insurance and that do not get to a doctor on time. 45,000 americans. according to to the health administration we need 16,000 primary practitioner to meet the need that exists today. over 52,000 primary care physicians will be needed by 2025. in 2011, about 17,000 doctors graduated from american medical schools, despite the fact that over half of patient visits are for primary care, only 7% of the nation's graduat
to the west in montana and wyoming will ultimately do that. that happens about monday. the upper midwest, you can see the beginnings of that cold air invasion coming in. international falls, 5 below. minneapolis is for below right now. -- 4 below right now. this is the influx of chilly air that comes in. tonight, freezing for the low. mostly clear. southwest winds at 2- 7, holding the temperatures up. the day tomorrow, not quite as warm as today. still above average for this season. 45-50 for the high. it will be breezy. winds gusting to 25 mph. 2-3 foot chop in the open waters of the bay. what we will be watching with great interest is this one coming out of the dakotas. tomorrow this one goes through. this one comes through on monday. you can see the remnants of it in here. monday, chance of snow shower activity. then the cold air spills into the area. tomorrow night, the ravens patriots game. partly cloudy. temperatures in the 20's. it will be windy. cokld game, but at least dry. 37 tomorrow. 27 on tuesday. snow showers in the forecast. towards next weekend, a mix of rain and storms likely
.7 billion in assets under management. some of that a great pick with genesse and wyoming. >> you know, we have said, we have talked about this a lot, pro cyclical, global economy is gradually improvinmproving. the best thing to do that is through u.s. companies like genesse and wyoming and others. liz: define pro cyclical. everybody has a different definition. >> right. we have been in this long drought of predictable growing economic activity. in china we have seen stability there and a slight up tick but not just in china but in other geographies as well. you don't have about small cap having exposure there, but many small cap companies do including the genesse and wyoming. liz: let's get your macro picture now on what's happening. i hate being a pessimist and i'm not, but when you see since the first of the year suddenly we're hitting more than a couple of five-year highs on the s&p 500. is the run-up too quick and are we heading for sort of a mini correction? >> well, we talked about last year that we had uncertainties to overcome, whether -- first, it was whether obama care was going
northern wyoming. we're looking for about 3 to 6 inches out that way. again, other than that, things are nice and quiet. today's highs should be in the 30s and 40s, 50s and 60s down through california. look at l.a. this is the warm weather they were hoping for for the golden globe. by the time we get into next weekend, temperatures will be i look nice and sunny. it has been above average in the east, below average in the west and things are evening out. >> time for crisp air. >>> coca-cola's controversial take on obesity and nike's newest $100 million golfer. plus, heroes find the strength to lift a car and save a life. you've got to see this. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here are some stories making news this morning. in a monday afternoon press conference, president obama said he would not negotiate on the debt ceiling although he said he's open to more spending cuts but he insisted the u.s. is, quote, not a dead beat nation. officials in stratford, connecticut, plan to rename an elementary school in honor of victoria soto, a teacher killed in last month's newto
and new york, but also states like mississippi, south carolina, west virginia, wyoming, iowa, all of which use this mid deem charge rather than felony. and what we find in these 13 other states is that there are higher rates of drug treatment participation, lower rates of drug use, and even slightly lower rates of violent and property crime. so again, we can prove we can have safer communities. and then of course there are the unintended consequences of a felony conviction. consequences that really can cause great damage to a young life for many decades out. the very three things that can keep someone successfully in his or her recovery, access to housing, education and employment are put farther out of reach because of a felony conviction, especially in a down economy, someone with a felony has great difficulty even accessing 5 a job that pays minimum wage. putting these felony convictions to a whole population of young people, we really perpetuate a chronic underclass which benefits none of us. and then of course there's the inequity in the criminal justice system. even though we can sho
francisco. one in wyoming. what appears to be the current one in maryland. you see video provided to us by the san francisco bar pilots who work a week on and a week off but can trade ships. we asked shipping officials about the possibility of pilot fatigue and the bar pilot came to san francisco from maryland right before the crash. >> was he on a red eye? >> we do not know when he came on or off or when he got on or off the ship. >> the shipping industry has filed suit to get information of the pilot's shift and whether fatigue is a problem. the bar pilots and the board are appealing a september decision. you can keep up with new developments by following us at abc7 news.com. >> pittsburg police are saying a man acted in self-defense when he killed an intruder at his apartment on east leland road yesterday morning. police say he was likely an attempted burglar. when the tenant saw someone trying to break if he immediately went to the bedroom and grabbed a gun. >> by the time he was back to the door he is confronted by the suspect who is inside of the house and the suspect engages in a
winds it gets very chilly. some clouds spilling into wyoming and montana. high pressure of idaho will keep all the stormy weather away for a long time. maybe for the foreseeable future. as far as temperatures go a little bit of wind chill in a few spots but for the most part just very chilly, temperatures like the last couple of days struggling this morning but with sunshine this afternoon it will feel a lot and the coast with fog end up in the 30s. just taking a look at the extended forecast for seattle. five days from now still looking sunny and nice. 40. >> some of that stuff in the east coming from the west which they were experiencing earlier in the week. straight ahead a last minute death row appeal but not from the man facing the electric chair. duke and duchess are hiring. and a principal suspended forgoing terminator. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here's some stories making news this morning. drivers of school buses in new york city go on strike this morning so 152,000 students have to find another way to get to class. the city plans to handout metro
here, there is troubling signs elsewhere. in colorado and wyoming, the snowpack is 15% below normal. 60% of the country remains in drought. >> it's almost certain that 2012 will be the warmest year in the instrumental record, and the combination of the high temperatures with the variability that you get from random, chaotic parts of the climate system really set us up for the kinds of extremes that we're seeing. >> reporter: right now, they like what they see in snow country. but to make a real difference, more steady powder must fall here for the next three months. miguel almaguer, nbc news, along the california sierra nevada. >>> there's more to tell you about. coming up next, the class photo of american women who just made history, and the fix that had a lot of people saying something is wrong with this picture. >>> it's one of the rituals of every new congress. class photos. and outside the capitol yesterday, democratic women in the house were assembled for a photo of their own. and there it was. a snapshot of history. but just one problem. four of the women arrived late, and so a s
in vegas. some areas have a breeze. others are wind free. the wind chill making itself known. wyoming minus 22. san francisco, you're at 41. the wind isn't much of an issue but down right cold and will see a struggle tonight with the sunshine getting up to the low 50s in phoenix. l.a. possibly low 60s. watch out for freezing fog over the next couple of days especially oregon state but not horrible. one more thing. our friends in alaska dealing with a big storm today up there. so be careful traveling anywhere in alaska, anchorage and up to fairbanks everybody is getting s large arctic high pressure system and warm up in many areas. without too much snow out of this big cold air mass but cold and dry in the west. >> single digits. a shocking story out of buffalo v.a. hospital. gas prices on the move. hottest wheels out of the detroit auto show. plus caught on tape. the mother of all snowball fights and no pants day on the subway. what? you're watching "early today." . >>> stories making news this morning for you. the veterans administration is saying that 700 patients at the buffalo, new york
and those who enforce. lawmakers in texas, wyoming, and tennessee have rushed to introduce legislation to preempt the president's proposal. the sheriffs in oregon and kentucky are refusing to enforce any new gun control laws. legal experts say their power to defy federal law are limited and the rhetoric is simply political posturing. >> a bay area lawmaker is taking action after the suicide of an internet activist facing federal computer hacking charges after honor schwarz was found hanging on friday. he was being prosecuted for using the m.i.t. computers to access scholarly articles. he was was disstraight over the charges. the law named in memory of him limits the broad scope of the existing law. >> yes, it is another "spare the air" day. there could be haze. >> avoid burning wood. mike? >> it is very cold again. good morning, everyone. it is cold everywhere cross the state because we do not have much wind. we do not have much in the way of cloud cover. live doppler 7 hd shows how quiet it is. everyone is like us, slowly warming from near 50, we are getting close do records in tahoe
of the accident. they found three addresses under his name, one in san francisco, one in wyoming and what appears to be his most current in maryland. you are seeing video provided to the i team by the san francisco bar pilots. the bar pilots work one week on and one week off, but they can trade shifts. the i team's dan noyes asked the shipping industry officials about the possibility of pilot fatigue. the possibility that the bar pilot came to san francisco from maryland right before the crash. >> is it a fair question to ask if he was on a red eye the night before that? >> absolutely. we don't know when he came on shift or came off shift or when he came on ship or got off the ship. >> the shipping industry last year filed suit to get information about the pilot's shifts and whether they may be fatigued. in september a judge ruled in favor of the shippers. the par pilots and the board are appealing. >>> moving on, abc7 news -- sorry, carolyn. they were the first to report the ship collision in maryland. you can follow us at abc7 news bay area and abc7news.com. we have a slide show with pictures o
similar se vive en dakota del norte, montana y wyoming, luego de 3 dÍas de audiencia preliminar una corte de colorado decidiÓ que sÍ hay evidencias para procesar al sospechoso de la masacre que dejÓ 12 muertos en un cine de aurora en junio pasado, enfrenta 160 cargos incluyendo homicidio e intento de asesinato, por su parte el equipo de la defensa de el hombre atribuye esto a problemas mentales. >>> en mÉxico, la violencia del crimen organizado ha provocado que un poblado de sinaloa fuera abandonado por sus habitantes esto despuÉs que un comando armado matÓ 9 hombres, raÚl torres estÁ con la informaciÓn. . >>> a lo lejos parece tranquilo pero le llaman a este lugar el miedo, y se siente tanto que esta apunto de convertirse en pushl fantasma porque ya casi todos se fueron. >>> nos vemos obligados a irnos, porque la verdad, primeramente esta la seguridad de uno. >>> en plato nar hay mÁs casas abandonadas que habitantes, el crimen organizado los expulsÓ los pocos que quedan buscan lo mÁs que pueden llevarse, soldados y policÍas vigilan el Éxodo y aunque aquÍ la violencia es co
taxes to raise and royalties and use that to replace the income tax. that's how wyoming and alaska got rid of their income tax. >> paul: and you say the swap from income to sales tax doesn't work, you mean politically. >> politically. >> paul: economically it makes sense because you're taxing consumption instead of investment and work and effort. >> thank you for clarifying that, it's an important point. what i was saying, sometimes it's a hard sell to the people saying when you go to the 7-eleven or to the grocery store might have to pay a higher tax. and people saying maybe i'll take the devil i know, income tax, over the devil i don't know. the higher sales taxes. >> paul: and meanwhile, kim movement in the opposite direction in the states that are controlled by democrats, and massachusetts governor patrick, proposing a big tax increase and something similar in minnesota and follows california, illinois, new york, maryland, virginia under mark warner and connecticut, a lot of so-called blue states which raised taxes substantially in the last couple of years. >> the remarkable thing
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. that will go into the intermountain west and snowfall popping into montana as well as wyoming, idaho and towards the east you can see a low spreading some light but widespread snow across eastern canada. that's rapidly pushing towards the atlantic but will push it through new england first. you'll have some snow showers here. as i say fairly seasonal temperatures. however if we head over to europe we will see a different story. out west it's anything but seasonable. we're talking about highs in and around what we usually see in march the spring like highs and the lows around what we usually see in may or june. take a look at what's going on. fairly dry here. we got this arch here where the preparation is moving further towards the north. the jet stream is preventing it from moving up and i'll show you that diagram in just a second. we have an area here of precipitation. getting rain changing over to snow across the czech republic as well as germany, austria and further east. this is definitely snow north of black sea. let's show you that graphic. warm air here coming up from the sout
you're okay. i think you should stick with that stock. let's go to trent in wyoming. trent? >> caller: how's it going, jim? >> all right. what's going on? >> caller: big boo-yah from the great state of wyoming, man. >> thank you. >> caller: i want to know about resolute energy. what do you think about that? >> i've been looking at a lot of these different oil and gas company cans and i believe that oil may still be shaded down, which is why i favor stocks with yield in this sector and that one doesn't have it. you need yield to be in oil and gas. that's why i like things like conoco. let's go to jim. >> caller: boo-yah. >> boo-yah. >> caller: nycb, please. >> this company had an outside yield that looked like it was going to be a red flag but now i'm keeping the red flag in my sock because i think that we are in a position where the regional banks are doing just fine and i like it. i need to go with billy in missouri. billy? >> caller: boo-yah, jim, from the home of the once again st. louis blues. >> nice. >> caller: i actually am calling about public storage. psa. >> i like that. tha
was born and raised in wyoming so i know cold, but when you are talking about truckee? >> you are a city girl so your cold is 42, right? >> now, yeah. >> so for the other folks in the valleys, we are talking 20s. and 42 if san francisco is not hard to take comparatively speaking. anyway, i'll give it to you, wyoming, you are right, that's cold. good morning, everyone, we head outside in emeryville right now. chilly with numbers in the 20s and 30s around the bay. frost advisory for our friends in oakland. while elsewhere from the north is east bay to the santa clara valley it's a freeze warning until 8:00 this morning. live doppler 7hd not picking up anything in terms of cloud cover because we are clear, although a little bit of fog is forming in the valleys of the north bay. otherwise we are talking sub freezing right on through probably 9:00 in most locations. so here's a look at the colder temperatures this morning. mid-20s for our north and east bay vhlleys. 29 in san jose right now. we are looking at numbers in the 40s here. it's the san mateo coast.p% along the north bay numbers are
. >> this is the wind river dancers, the wind river reservation all the way from wyoming. they are here to honor all of us with their performance. $6,000 short of their scaled-down fundraising. they are marching anyway and doing an excellent, excellent job. right now i want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer here in washington, d.c. we're right across from the president of the united states on the reviewing stand. there it is, the reviewing stand on the north lawn of the white house. kate bolduan is here, jim acosta is here and we're in "the situation room," a special edition of the situation room watching the wind river dancers from the wind river reservation in wyoming performing for the president of the united states. he's still there. he's still in the reviewing stand. the first lady, sasha and malia have gone inside. i suspect they have to get ready for the balls for tonight. >> it's a very special day, obviously, but a very long day for the president and first lady. up next, they will get ready and head to the balls and greet all of their support
lot of my folks in wyoming, supported all of these years in congress, are very, very concerned that there isn't adequate regard for the rights of law abiding citizens. we understand that there's clearly a different underway, but one of the things we've done in wyoming with rehe inspect to jackson hole where i live, respect to safety on the schools. we have a deputy sheriff, armed deputy sheriff at the schools in the city and that's probably more effective deterrent than anything that congress seems to be debating at the present time. there are many things that we could do to help keep guns away from the people that are wanting to do harm to others, and you know, i don't believe that keeping guns away from lou abiding citizens is going to stop criminals from doing bad things. i've learned that dedication, determination, persistence and the value of hard work, so i think that there's a lot of positive things that can come from, you know, people learning how to use guns responsibly. >> we have, you know, just people that, you know, are crazy in our society and to attempt to elimin
here and an awful lot of my folks in wyoming who supported me all those years in congress are very, very concerned that there is an adequate regard for the rights of law-abiding citizens. we understand that there is clearly an effort underway. but one of the things we have done in wyoming with respect to jackson hole, where i live, with respect to safety in the schools, we have a deputy sheriff -- armed deputy sheriff at the schools in the city. that's probably a more effective deterrent than anything that congress seems to be debating that they -- going to -- they are going to try. >> there are many things that that we can do to help keep guns away from the people who are wanting to do harm to others will. you know, i don't believe that keeping gun away from law-abiding citizens is going to stop criminals from doing bad things. vilearned dedication, determination, skins and the value of hard work, all through shooting. so i think there are a lot of positive things from people learning how to use guns responsibly. >> we have people that, you know, are crazy in our society. and to a
mcconnell, they will all be there. let's listen to what republican senator from wyoming, john bar ras, so he told candy this morning about how he is coming. >> as they might stay in wyoming this is not your first rodeo this inaugural? >> no, candy. this is actually the ninth time i'm seeing a different president come into office. my dad took me to john kennedy's inauguration when i was 8. we come every time, republican and democrat, because of this great country. >> reporter: it is important and we will be watching to see how many of the rank and file republican does show up, don. >> so, athena, let's go back four years ago. did john mccain attend anything last time in 2009? >> reporter: did. he attended the inaugural ceremony. he was also at the luncheon that follows the inaugural ceremony here in the capitol, in statuary hall, and not uncommon to see certainly a senator. if a senator happened to run for president, not uncommon to see them still come to the inauguration, even if they did lose, because they are senators. as i mentioned, most senators do show up. this is seen usually o
there was this big story today out of wyoming where encana is drilling and there's a well is contaminated one way or the other. seems like it from the reports. they're dealing with all this. the neighbors in the neighborhood are saying pavilion, wyoming, this is a sult of the fracking going on nearby. there is a case they would point to saying it is bad for the environment. >> listen there is nothing just fine. fracking also has its problems. we should dinitely have it well-regulated. most water you get is from 100 feet down and most fracking is like a mile down. not like the two are intersecting you have to drop your ddill through the water. you need to inlate that you need regulation. melissa: right. >> you have to recognize if you care about global warming, if you care about cheap energy prices and if you care about energy independence this is a great opportunity and a lot of people in the business make the point when you see something like this there is always miske in the well and something went wrong as opposed to pollutions a result of general fracking going the way it was supposed to. you
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